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'Möhlstraße'' is a perfectly perserved architectural ensemble of 30 historicistic mansions, which dates back to the end of the 19th century.
'Möhlstraße'' is a perfectly perserved architectural ensemble of 30 historicistic mansions, which dates back to the end of the 19th century. The area around ''Möhlstraße'' and the adjacents streets is Munich's most expensive neighborhood.
This small cemetery is the last resting-place for many local celebrities and artist, like Bernd Eichinger, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Oskar Maria Graf and Erich Kästner
The neoclassicistic mansion is the former residence of Munich artist ''Franz von Stuck''
The ''Friedensengel'' monument marks the entrance of the Bogenhausen neighborhood at the Isar
The ''Maximiliananlagen'' is a park along the banks of the Isar around the ''Friedensengel'' monument
Prinzregententheater'' is one of the most important stages in Munich
The Maximilianeum was built 1857-1874 under King Max II
The Monopteros is a small neo-classical Greek temple on a hilltop, built in 1836 in the English Garden
The Chinese Tower in the center of the English Garden is a 25 m (82 ft) high pagoda with several stories, constructed in 1789 to 1790, and rebuilt after World War II in 1952
'Effnerplatz'' is a central square in Bogenhausen
The Odeonsplatz is an Italinesque square in Munich laid out in the early 19th century, surrounded by buildings such as the Theatiner Church, Feldherrnhal and Hofgarten